Bansha

Climbing Kilimanjaro in Aid of AWARE Sinead O’Neill and her 11 year old daughter Sarah in association with South Tipperary VEC schools and under the guidance of Ian McKeever, the renowned mountaineer, are currently busy training to climb the African Mountain Kilimanjaro in aid of the charity AWARE. The aim of the charity AWARE is to help defeat Depression and does fantastic work in supporting individuals and families that are affected by depression. Over the next few weeks and months Sinead and Sarah along with family and friends will be out and about fundraising and there will be various events coming up that we would hope everyone can support. Their first fundraiser will be a Table Quiz in Nellie’s on May 5 at 9pm. Tables of 4  will be €20 with cash prizes for the winners. There will also be a raffle with spot prizes on the night. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Climbing Kilimanjaro in Aid of AWARE Sinead O’Neill and her 11 year old daughter Sarah in association with South Tipperary VEC schools and under the guidance of Ian McKeever, the renowned mountaineer, are currently busy training to climb the African Mountain Kilimanjaro in aid of the charity AWARE. The aim of the charity AWARE is to help defeat Depression and does fantastic work in supporting individuals and families that are affected by depression. Over the next few weeks and months Sinead and Sarah along with family and friends will be out and about fundraising and there will be various events coming up that we would hope everyone can support. Their first fundraiser will be a Table Quiz in Nellie’s on May 5 at 9pm. Tables of 4  will be €20 with cash prizes for the winners. There will also be a raffle with spot prizes on the night. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Galtee Rovers - St. Pecaun’s

Minor Hurling

One of the highlights of last week was the display of our minor hurlers who defeated Cappawhite, 2-7 to 0-8, in round one of the West minor B hurling competition. It’s a while since our minor hurlers made an impression but the omens are promising for John Paul McCarthy and his backroom team who bring lots of experience to the Job. We can expect a couple more games at this level before the exams kick in.

Club Draw

All promoters and supporters are reminded that the April draw will be held on Saturday night while anybody interested in the County Draw should contact a committee member as soon as possible.

Ladies football

Girls U16 The girls got their championship off to a great start on Tuesday evening in Bansha with a tight win over Ballyporeen. The girls got off to great start and put up a high score but the Bally girls did not give up and fought their way back. There was some good football played by the Galtee girls who were more skilful on the night. Well Done girls ! Final score; 4 - 11 to 5 - 6 Team: Galina Kennedy , Katie Hayes, Nicole O’Dwyer, Lauren McGuire, Jane Moylan, Katie Quirke, Aoife Nugent, Darrielle Ronan, Rachel Bourke, Roisin Finane, Rachel Moloney, Hannah Dowdall, Ann Marie Breen, Emer Ryan, Maria Magner, Kate White, Ruth Ronan, Laura Peters, Laura Keeley. Training for Girls U 10 and U 12 every Monday evening in the GAA field from 7 - 8 pm. Adult Ladies Junior Team. We had our first training session last week with a good number of ladies attending under the guidance of coach, Philly Quirke. This is the first ever adult ladies Football team in the club and we want it to succeed so we want to see more ladies who are interested in football to come and give it a go. Training is on every Friday evening from 7 - 8 pm in GAA field